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HISTORY OF PERSIA

Butenef, Colonel, ii. 461

Buwayhid  (or   Daylamite)   Dynasty,  ii.

93-95;   Mahmud's campaign  against,

96 j 102

Buyr-hur Tartars, ii. 147, 148
Buzurgmihr, Vizier to Noshirwan, i. 498-

499 j ii. 479
— Byzantium, i. 254, 308, 439, 475, 491,

494 j alleged influence on Persian art,

5155   523; ii. 1015  Ghazan Khan's

relations with, 190-19^

Cacaa (Syrian leader), i. 537 j  Battle of

Jalola, 539
Cadesia j Battle of, i, 536-538, 542 5 544 ;

H.-30

Cadiz, ii. 210
Cadmea, i. 260
Cadusians,   the,   i.   239;   expedition of

Artaxerxes against, 245 5 250, 280
Caesar, Julius, I  373,' 377 5   civil war

with   Pompey,   381-382;   visits   the

Near East, 382 5 383
Caesarca, ii. 178, x$o
Caesarea Mazaca, i. 433
Cams, Roman Ambassador, i. 402, 403,

404

Calah, early capital of Assyria, i, 1x3, 124
Caliph, meaning of term, ii. 26 footnote
Caliphate, the, period of, ii. 26 et seq.
Callias, Peace of, i, 230-231, 243
Callinicus, city of, i. 453, 483, 517
Calo Johannes, Emperor of Trebizond, ii.

221

Camat.ll, ruins of, ii. 183

Cambyses, King, i, 1x7, 150; accession

of,  166-1675 Egyptian campaign and

suicide of,  167-169 j   180, 189, 249 ;

11.71

Camel, Battle of the, ii. 34
Campbell, Sir John, ii. 427
Campos (at Trebizoncl), i. 242
Canton, ii. 75, 76

Canzaca, fortress of, i. 520, 524, 526
Cape of Good  Hope, rounding of, and

its effect on history, ii, 269-270
Cappadocia, i. 135, 154, 155, 173, X77,

209, 267, 308, 312, 319, 323, 347, 364,

365, 407,413,4x9,433, 521 ; invasion

of, 523, 525
Capri, i. 404

Caracallus, Emperor, i. 416, 417
Carchemish, i. 134
Cardaces, the, i. 269
Carduchi, the, i. 241, 442
Caria, i. 173, 201, 244, 256, 265
Carmania, i. 102, 149, 166, 286, 326
Carmat, Hamdan (Ismaili missionary), ii,

87

CarmatKians, the (religious sect), ii. 87
Carm«l, Mount, i, 134
Carnegie Institution, i. 65

Carpets, Persian manufacture of, ii. 290-
293 <
Cnrpini, John de Plnno, mission to the
Mongols, ii. 146, 169, 170, 181, 213
Carrhae, i. 273, 3 u 5 Battle of, 376 et sea.,
416, 441, 452, 482
Carthage, i. 198, 211 ; invasion of Sicily,
219, 271, 300, 338, 343, 362; ii. 32
Carus, Emperor, campaign of, i. 439-440,
441
Caspian Gates, i. 121, 279, 280, 332, 336,
337, 392
Caspian Provinces, i. 249 ; evacuated by
Russia, ii. 346
Caspian Sea, i. 2, 3, 8, 16, 22, 23 ; descrip-
tion of, 27-29 ; 30, 115, 120", 175, 300,
330, 354, 36a> 371> 394. 47*, 47*, 477 5
«• 154. *59 .
Caasandane (wife of Cyrus the Great), i,
164, 166
Cassander, i. -251 footnote, 308, 309, 310,
3*2» 3*4
Caesius, Longmua, Roman general, i. 378,
380, 383, 384, 405
Cassius, Avidius, campaign of, i, 414
Caetiliaa Embassy to Tamerlane, ii. 210-
a*3
Cathayan Empire, ii. 12*, 147
Catherine the Great, ii. 322, 389, 390 j
death of, 391, 410
Caucasus, i. 3, 38,175, 413,471,477, 4&>,
4875 ii. 159, 207
Cecryphalea, Battle of, i. 229
Chabriaa (Athenian general), i. 244, 245
Chaeronea, Battle of, i. 254-255, 259 j
defeat of Mithridates VI., 367
Chagatay, son of Chengist Khan, ii. 151,
*53> 163, 196, 198
Chahar Aimak nomads, ii. 306
Chahar Bagh (Four Gardens), at Isfahan,
ii. 287
Chahbar, i. 297
Chah Kuru, ii. 184
" Chains, Battle of the," i. 532, 542
Chakir Beg, ii* 99, 100, 102
Chalcedon, Church Cpuncil at, i, 475 ; fall
of, 523, 526
Chalcis, i. 215, 343
Chaldea, i. 50-51, 78 5 invasion of Baby-
lonia, 84 j 87,88,95,96, 173
Chaldiran, village near Khpi, ii, 245
Chancellor, Richard, expedition of, ii. 249-
350
Chandragupta (Sandrocottus), i. 312
Chang Kien (geographer), ii, 181
Charax, Parthian city, i. 347
Chardin, Sir John, ii. 143, 280, 284, 286,
287, 289, 297, 301
Charjkar, i. 286
Charjui, i, 245 ii. 357
Charlemagne, King; embassy to Haroun-
al-Raahid, ii. 68-69, 114